We recently got a press release from Adult Swim to kick off the 200th episode of Robot Chicken. This is a truly amazing feat for the world of stop motion and it seems that Robot Chicken will be around for years to come. Here's what they said:

"In addition to Friends, The Simpsons, The Big Bang Theory, South Park, and The Office among others, the Emmy and Annie award-winning stop-motion animated series created by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, Robot Chicken, will enter the pantheon of scripted televised programming as it reaches its 200th episode this summer. Returning to Adult Swim on June 28, (Sunday going into Monday) 2020 to finish the second half of its tenth season, we invite you to celebrate with us as we approach the 200th episode.

From hilarious parodies of The Walking Dead and Star Wars to obscure original character shorts that tickle our tummies, over the past fifteen years Robot Chicken has become a beloved cult phenomenon that has captured the hearts of fans around the world."

Also we got some info about the back to back episodes slated for that night as follows:

"During "Max Caenen in: Why Would He Know If His Mother's A Size Queen,” the Lady of the Lake gives Percival some trouble when he goes to return Excalibur to her. The Robot Chicken crew shows what Dumbledore sees when he looks into the Mirror of Desire. Professor X reveals how the X-Men first discovered their powers. And Garfield gets buried in the pet cemetery.

Stay tuned for “Petless M in: Cars are Couches of the Road,” as The RC writers imagine Harry Potter as a 70’s sitcom. The future looks bleak for Nostradamus’s assistant. We answer the question of what’s underneath Abe Lincoln’s hat. And the Jonas brothers learn they are more than just brothers."